Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show Episode 287 - Utah Avalanche Center
Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show Episode 287 – Utah Avalanche Center
INTERVIEW - UAC Backcountry Bash Interview with Kory Davis & Paige Pagnucco
ON THE DOCKET
- 11.9 GEAR:30 Roots Seasonal Boutique Launch, G30
- 11.10 Pray 4 Snow w/the Dirt Nappers & GTFO, Kamikazes
- 11.10 Snowbasin Bourbon Whiskey Dinner - Sold Out
- 11.10-11 Ogden Ski Swap, Golden Spike Arena | Snowbasin Pass Pick Up
- 11.30 Ogden Backcountry Bash - Fundraiser for OAC, The Front Climbing Gym
- 12.7 Reel Rock 12 - Jim Santy Auditorium, Park City
- 12.9 Frosty Fat Tire Training, Nordic Valley
- 12.15-18 Ouray Ice Climbing Trip - Weber Outdoor Program
- 12.16 Nordic Valley 7K Trail Run
- 12.16 UTA Ski Bus Service Begins to Snowbasin
- 12.24 Snowbasin Christmas Eve Celebration
- 12.30 Frosty Fat Tire Race, Nordic Valley
- 1.19-21 AIARE 1 Course, Bear House Mountain Guiding, Cottonwoods
- 1.27 OWA Intro to Backcountry Skiing, Cottonwoods
- 2.3 Sweaty Yeti Fat Bike Race, Wolf Creek Resort
- 2.16-18 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour - Perry’s Egyptian Theater
IN THE NEWS
- ATV’s Coming to Antelope Island?
- Skullcandy Founder Selling Park City Home for $18.9 Million
- Opening Day at Mammoth Mountain
- The Alps Received 3 Feet of Snow in 24 Hours
- Environmentalist & Singer Katie Lee Dead at 98
- Grizzly Bear Bites Hunters Hand
WORTH READING | Gadds Truth: Why I Hate Hammocks
- Ibex Shutting Down?
- Icebreaker Acquired by VF Corp
- Roots Launch - Brands include: Fjallraven, Boulder Denim, Barebones Living, Arcade Belts, Heathers Choice, Glerups, Pistil, 10Tree, Tru Fru, Ogden Made, Canyon Coolers, Bertucci Field Watches, Erica Lyon Art, Sage Hen Jewelry, Sara Austin Art, Longo Fossils, and more…
TRIP REPORT | Local Trails are in great shape!
QUOTE OF THE WEEK | “Courage is the power to let go of the familiar.” - Raymond Lindquist
OUTDOOR JUKEBOX | “Carry You” - Novo Amor
As John Muir would say, “The Mountains are calling and we must go…”
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